PixelHacks is the Bay Area's first all-female, high school hackathon! PixelHacks was founded to encourage high school girls to solve problems they face in their community using technology. The event is completely free - including food, workshops, awesome swag, and cool prizes that range from gift cards to 3D pens to scholarships to Make School's prestigious Summer Academy! It will be held in Santa Clara on 1/28-29, 2017.
FemmeHacks is Philly's first all-women collegiate hackathon. We encourage beginners and create a friendly and comfortable environment to hack, explore, learn, and build a community. Join us for our third annual hackathon February 24-25th in Philadelphia at the University of Pennsylvania. Register here: FemmeHacks.io/register.html
Bloomberg Codecon is an online programming competition where you can face off against your peers to solve challenging & fun problems! The competiton will be completed from your own personal laptop and a wifi connection. The competition can be completed anywhere.
Codecon will be open from January 11th through January 13th: All you need is 2 hours to complete the competition. At the end of the three day competition window- we will reveal the top three winners who will receive prizes from Bloomberg!
coderGirls, a national nonprofit working to empower minority groups in technology by dismantling negative stereotypes surrounding technical careers. We aim to change the stereotype that computer science is not a career for women and minorities by rebranding what it means to be a computer scientist.
To ring in the new year, we are looking for a board of directors!
We are looking for high school students that are passionate about computer science.
Welcome to the 2017 Expedia Summer Developer Apprenticeship Program! Expedia is looking for talented and motivated individuals to join the Expedia engineering team this summer.
We are a fast-paced, results-driven and fun loving group of people. We are very diverse, located in the US, Europe and India. We operate as small, agile teams of 5 to 10 people in developer, tester and technical product manager roles.
Google Code-in is a global, online contest introducing 13-17 year old pre-university students to open source software development. The contest started on Monday, November 28. Prizes include certificates, t-shirts, hoodies and 34 grand prize winners will win a trip to Google headquarters in California, USA next summer for themselves and a parent or legal guardian.
Over the past 6 years 3,213 students from 99 countries have completed work in the contest.